Recent Fiction


by Lavie Tidhar

19 September 2016

Sometimes it feels to Spit as though she’s stuck here, in time; that it’s always bloody Berlin, and it’s always 1987.

Dido, Retold

by A. T. Greenblatt

19 September 2016

The crack in the ground is half-hidden by stray rubbish and forgotten underwear, fallen from the clotheslines above. It's two handspans long and infinitely deep, and from within the fissure a cold, pitiless light rises up and illuminates the courtyard with unforgiving clarity.

Podcast: Heroes

by Lavie Tidhar, read by Anaea Lay

19 September 2016

In this episode of the Strange Horizons podcast, editor Anaea Lay presents Lavie Tidhar's "Heroes."

Dragon-Smoked Barbeque

by M. K. Hutchins

12 September 2016

Grandpa had won Tastiest Ribs at the BBQ Showdown for fifteen years running, and I wasn't about to let him down now.

Archived Fiction

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